On Fri, 9 Feb 2018 15:09:25 +0300
> > - You shouldn't assume we know Linux. So refering to a Linux > > specific command often does not help a lot. Try to explain what you > > want to achieve. > > I was just making a point. OpenBSD has a lot of downsides in some > areas so blindly calling it 'superior to Linux' without knowing the > actual use cases is kinda naive. That is taking what he said out of context. He said he could talk for hours why and not that OpenBSD is superior for *every* use case. The OP did focus on security which OpenBSD clearly wins hands down as that is a primary goal.